Monthly Archives: November 2009

Higher Alcohol Content Beer Now Allowed On Tap

I don’t think I ever knew that certain states have a limit to the alcohol content that that they can serve from the tap.  Thankfully, according to this article from USA Today, many states are upping the alcohol content limit.

Unfortunately, while the article does mention a lot of states and their respective limits, it doesn’t cite where it got those figures.  I cursory Google search turned up nothing of use.  Oh well.

Via USA Today.

Rep. Alan Grayson Continues Being A Badass

Representative Alan Grayson (D-FL) reserved an hour to speak about health care. Republicans didn’t care for the way he was talking and unsuccessfully tried to cut off his speech.

Alan Grayson has become my favorite Congressman. Please clone yourself, have your clone move to Kansas, and successfully run for Congress. Thanks.

Via The Huffington Post.

AARP and AMA Announce Support For House Health Care Bill

Apparently the AARP and the AMA have announced their support for the House of Representatives health care bill.  Despite covering more people and lowering the US deficit, there doesn’t seem to be all that many groups announcing support for Health Care reform.  Nice to see that starting to change a bit.